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Retro Cassette Friday

Retro Cassette Friday

Our foray into the world of cassettes this week brings us two artists related to Madonna and the only solo output from George Michael’s Wham! sidekick. Patrick Hernanez, Born To Be Alive CBS, 1979 He’s a classic one hit wonder with the title track, personally ‘Born To Be Alive’ is one of my favourite songs […]

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Retro Cassette Friday

Retro Cassette Friday

We blindfolded the work experience student sent them over to the cassette collections and got them to pull out three more musical gems from the past. They brought back a lost electro masterpiece, arguably the best solo album by a Spice Girl and a fairly painful debut album from a gay superstar. Pseudo Echo, Autumnal […]

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New Tune from Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan

New Tune from Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan

Back in 2000 The Sugarbabes burst onto the music scene with their debut single ‘Overload’. The trio of Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan had great success with the first track, which they penned with the help of Cameron McVeigh (Mr Neneh Cherry) and Felix Howard (former Madonna backing dancer.) Siobhan quit the group after they released […]

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Five Beth Orton Songs We Love

Five Beth Orton Songs We Love

British singer songwriter Beth Orton is heading to Perth next month for an intimate show at St Joseph’s Church in Subiaco. OUTinPerth has two double passes to giveaway. Orton, a leader in the folktronica genre, first began making music with electronic musicians like Red Snapper, The Chemical Brothers and William Orbit – the man behind […]

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